Who does not use social media in today's time, but now a new thing is being revealed about it. Recently it was revealed from the information that WhatsApp itself revealed that WhatsApp chats of some journalists and social workers of India have been spied. WhatsApp has registered this matter in the US court, which is on trial.
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Government of India sought a response from the company:
According to information received from sources, it has been learned that the Government of India has taken the matter seriously. Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has sought information from WhatsApp in this regard. According to the report, people whose WhatsApp They have been hacked or spied, mainly human rights activists, lawyers and journalists, who are in the court for tribals and Dalits Government were fighting.
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Who became its victim:
According to the information received recently, it has been told that 10 social workers of India have confirmed that they have been spied. He has also referred to WhatsApp. Those who have been spied include Bela Bhatia, lawyer Nihal Singh Rathore in Bhima Koregaon case, Shalini Gera of Jagdalpur Legal Aid Group, Dalit Activist Degree Prasad Chauhan, Anand Teltumbde, Shubhranshu Chaudhary, Ashish Gupta of Delhi, Professor Saroj Giri of Delhi University, The names of journalists Siddhant and Rajiv Sharma are also included.
In MP Honeytrap also, Shweta tapped the phones of officer-leaders through Pegasus:
This information has come out from the information received from the sources, which Pegasus software has been used to spy WhatsApp. The same software was used in the famous Honeytrap scandal of Madhya Pradesh. According to the report, a Bangalore-based company uses Pigasus software for tapping the phones of politicians and officers. This software is easily hidden in the phone with call recording, WhatsApp chatting, SMS and other things.
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